Shocking! These six men died an uncommon death

1 Aeschylus, killed by falling turtle In 455 BC, Aeschylus, the great playwright known as the Father of Greek Tragedy, died of falling a tortoise on his head. It had been dropped by an eagle to smash the shell, so that it could eat the flesh.2 Hans Steininger, Killed By His Own Beard A high-ranking

Rift between valley’s terror groups surface, Musa termed as traitor

Terror groups surface: Several posters have come up in Kashmir terming the former commander of Hizbul-ul-Mujahideen (HM) as a traitor. Musa had deserted HM and joined Al-Qaeda as a commander. The posters claiming Musa as a “Gaddar” that have appeared in Urdu have a seal of HM on them.The poster appeared in Shopian, Kulgam and

Sushma New York Visit Sushma Swaraj in New York to attend UN General Assembly meet

Sushma New York Visit: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrives New York today along with a high-powered Indian delegation, will hold nearly 20 bilateral and trilateral meetings with world leaders in the United States over the next seven days.Sushma Swaraj to represent India at the annual UN General Assembly (UNGA) session with a packed schedule

old weapons exhibition These weapons were used by Sikhs against Mughals

Old weapons exhibition: These weapons were used by Sikhs against Mughals. An exhibition of old weapons, manuscripts and coins was held at Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College. The exhibition was organised by the college unit of Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle and Sant Teja Singh Library in association with the collector of old items, Narinderpal

Pak violates ceasefire Pak violates ceasefire in J-K’s Arnia Sector

Pak violates ceasefire in J-K’s Arnia Sector. The Pakistani security forces on Saturday violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Arnia Sector.The term Line of Control (LoC) refers to the military control line between the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir—a

new apple iphone face id failure stage launch day
New apple iphone face id failure on stage on launch day

Apple faced Face recognition failure during the launch of its apple x version on stage demonstration demo hence company blamed its glitch on a lock out mechanism some how triggered but some staff person while moving the device ahead of its apple iphone face id failure stage launch day Appl’es software chief had to

NASA study
Mars has a porous crust, says NASA study

Mars has a porous crust, says NASA study. Mars’s crust is not as dense as previously thought and a lower density likely means that at least part of the Red Planet’s crust is relatively porous, says a new NASA study. The findings, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, provide researchers clue that could help

7500 Teacher posts
Just 15 days given for appointment of 7500 Teacher posts

Just 15 days given for appointment of 7500 Teacher posts. On the behalf of the Directorate of Elementary Education, the Rajasthan Primary and Upper Primary School Teachers Recruitment-2016 will be released shortly.On the basis of the release, candidates will be given 15 days to apply. Interesting candidates who are eligible for recruitment will be able

Gigi Hadid walks runway one shoe

Gigi Hadid walks runway one shoe. Gigi Hadid steals the show during Wardrobe Malfunction. The 22-year-old Gigi walks runway in one shoe Anna Sui’s show at NYFW. At NYFW, she hit the runway in a bohemian-chic ensemble, complete with a feathered shawl, , necklace, sequined dress and sheer socks but one of her shoe was missing.   Nevertheless, the model swagger on, calm. It is not easy to walk on the ramp with in one shoe so Hadid’s platform sandals didn’t

Bus conductor fined for allowing pigeon to travel without ticket
Bus conductor fined for allowing pigeon to travel without ticket

While travelling on the bus, you may have seen it is written on the board: ‘It is a crime to travel without ticket, for which there can be both a penalty and a jail’. The conductor tries to cut ticket of every person who had boarded the bus, but a very shocking and hilarious kind

Surgical strikes
Surgical strikes: Return was most difficult part says Major who led attack

Surgical strikes: The surgical strikes across the LoC were fixed and conducted at frenetic pace but the army Major, who led the daredevil mission, says that the return was the most difficult part and bullets fired by the enemy soldiers were so close that these were whistling past the ears.The Army Major speaks about the

Diya Aur Baati Hum actor Anas Rashid wedding
Diya Aur Baati Hum actor to tie knot at Malerkotla today

Diya Aur Baati Hum actor Anas Rashid wedding at Malerkotla today. The wedding ceremony of TV actor Anas Rashid, who has played the role of Suraj in TV show ‘Diya aur Bati Hum’, has begun at Malerkotla. Recently he has shared some photos of mehendi and haldi ceremony on Instagram. In which he is sitting with white

Neerja Bhanot birthday
Special story on the birthday of Neerja Bhanot

Neerja Bhanot birthday. Neeraja was born on 7 September 1963 in a Punjabi family residing in the city beautiful, Chandigarh. She was born in the house of journalist Harish Bhanot and Rama Bhanot in 1963. Their parents had already decided before her birth that if they blessed by daughter then they would call her ‘Lado’.    She

Randeep Hooda clean beach
Randeep Hooda clean up beach along with Khalsa-Aid

Randeep Hooda clean beach along with Khalsa-Aid. Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda took to Juhu beach recently and cleaned up the area as a lot of mess was created after Ganpati Visarjan.Hooda along with members of NGO Khalsa Aid International cleaned up Juhu beach on Wednesday. In a series of photographs, the “Highway” actor is seen

Amazon products at Kohl's stores
Amazon to sell products at Kohl’s stores in Chicago

Amazon products at Kohl’s stores to be available soon. Amazon, the most trusted shopping site for its users which also lauds its users with various discounts on its various deals, now going to place their products in stores in various locations at Chicago with which Chicago area’s residents will be able to shop from stores.

The Fatal Blow – Dreadful tale of a Mother

Harkamal Singh Bajwa: It was four thirty p.m., a typical evening in the village of Sial Kalan. Everyone was performing his or her daily routines. Children were playing outside and a few men were sitting under a ‘peepal’ tree, a place known as ‘Satth’ in common Punjabi villages. Men were starting to gather at the

93-year-old American woman donates $22 mn to Cologne Zoo
93-year-old American woman donates $22 mn to Cologne Zoo

A 93-year-old widow from the United States has donated $22 million to the zoo in Cologne, Germany, saying she wanted to give back to the city where she and her husband met during World War II, German media reported Friday. “We never forgot Cologne,” Elizabeth Reichert told the Koelner Stadt-Anzeiger newspaper by phone from her

Domestic Violence case
Domestic Violence case against Sanjeeda Sheikh and her family

Domestic Violence case against Sanjeeda Sheikh and her family. A domestic violence case, under section 125 of CrPC, has been filed against TV actress Sanjeeda Shaikh and her family by her sister-in-law Zakerabanu Zakir Hussain Bagban, according to reports.According to Zakerabanu, her husband, that is Sanjeeda’s brother, Anas Abdul Rahim Sheikh, used to physically abuse

‘Himalayan Viagra’ facing manmade threats, warns researcher
‘Himalayan Viagra’ facing manmade threats, warns researcher

Unscientific harvesting of the caterpillar fungus, one of the world’s highest-prized biological commodities and globally dubbed the “Himalayan Viagra”, may lead to the extinction of the‘Himalayan Viagra’ in India, warns a researcher. He favours tough regulation as its trade has a vast black market, especially in China. “The caterpillar fungus is the new-found natural commodity

2,000-year-old Roman tombs uncovered in Egypt- Daily Post India
2,000-year-old Roman tombs uncovered in Egypt

Archaeologists have discovered five tombs dating back to about 2,000 years ago when the Romans were ruling Egypt. The Roman tombs made of mudbricks were excavated at Bir esh- Shaghala in the Dakhla Oasis of Egypt. Some of the tombs are quite large containing multiple burial chambers, while some have vaulted roofs and one tomb